Issue #22 of Crossed Genres is out.
This month is Time Travel.
I'm always interested in what our writers do with the topic we put up each month, and this month is no exception. Not one of these stories is the typical Time Travel story you might expect -- no Marty McFly in his DeLorean here.
"Time Crash," by Jane Elliott, is a heart-breaking story of a woman trapped in time.
"Static," by David Austin is heart-breaking in a different sort of way. (We also have an interview with David.)
Rachael K. Jones' "Makeisha in Time" is probably the closest to of the three to a traditional time travel story, in that the main character does travel through time -- the main character has been born with the ability to leave her own time, and live entire lives in the past.